Miles Guo on the Ending of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine


Miles Guo, on his Brand Live Broadcast on March 23, parsed out the three possible endings of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

According to Miles, the first possible scenario is that Xi Jinping will represent the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) as a mediator in the peace talks over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, as well as a guarantor of Russia’s compliance with the agreement. In this case, the CCP will join Russia to threaten the world continuously. Or even worse, the CCP may help Russia to intensify its war aggression. Third, the three Baltic states may go to war with Russia and Belarus, and may even escalate the war to the point of small-scale use of nuclear weapons.

Mile also points out that all of these scenarios could have a major impact on the Chinese people because the West has now decided that the CCP is the manipulator behind Russia, and because few people around the world can or will distinguish the Chinese people from the CCP.

For this reason, Miles reminds all fellow fighters that they must protect themselves and their families and have a good mindset. From there, they can continue to spread the truth and the fact that “the Chinese Communist Party does not represent the Chinese people” within their own capacity.

Translated by Henry


NATO Condemns Russian Nuclear Threat and China’s Support to Moscow

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg on Wednesday denounced Russia’s “nuclear threat demonstration” and the Communist China’s political support to Moscow, according to Newsmax on March 23rd.

Stoltenberg made the remarks at a news conference in Brussels ahead of a NATO leaders’ summit, and hours after Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov refused to withdraw the threat of a nuclear attack.

Stoltenberg told reporters, “Russia must stop its nuclear threat demonstrations, which are dangerous and irresponsible.  Any use of nuclear weapons will fundamentally change the nature of the conflict.  And Russia must Understand that a nuclear war should never be fought, and they can never win a nuclear war.”

Related to this, U.S. President Joe Biden warned on Tuesday that Putin could initiate a chemical or biological weapons attack on Ukraine.  Biden said: “I think that’s a real threat.”

Biden is scheduled to land in Brussels on Wednesday and meet with leaders at NATO headquarters on Thursday to discuss next steps.  He will then attend and speak at the Group of Seven meeting to discuss the situation in Ukraine.

Stoltenberg warned that NATO was prepared to deal with “any threat, any attack.” He said,  “We face a fundamentally changed security environment where authoritarian powers are increasingly prepared to use force to get their way,” he told reporters. “Beijing has joined Moscow in questioning the right of independent nations to choose their own path. China has provided Russia with political support, including by spreading blatant lies and misinformation.”

Stoltenberg also told reporters Wednesday that he expects leaders to call on Communist China to “fulfill its responsibilities as a member of the United Nations Security Council and not support Russia’s acts of war … and join the rest of the world in calling for an immediate and peaceful end to this crisis.”

For its part, Russia has repeatedly accused Washington and Kyiv of plotting to use chemical weapons against its forces.  NATO and Biden have strongly denied this claim.  Biden said President Vladimir Putin’s continues to emphasis his excuses for his use of these weapons.

Meanwhile, Western leaders are increasingly concerned that Beijing is not only parroting Russian political propaganda, but also seeking to provide material support for further invasion of Ukraine.

The Communist China has been demonstrating its power as a political and economic superpower.  Moreover, there are fears that the Communist China is learning from Russia’s attacks in Ukraine and planning its own invasion to take over Taiwan.

Translated by: Himalaya Washington DC – Latin


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